The North American esports organization Complexity Gaming recently announced it had expanded its partnership with the U.S. Army. This marks the third year that the two sides will work together since initially partnering back in June of 2019.
Thanks to this expanded partnership, the U.S. Army will join forces with Complexity to host an esports tournament for active-duty military members. This event, which will be called the Soldier Showdown, will begin on May 28th and feature a 23-week season spread across several hit titles like Halo Infinite, Rocket League, Call of Duty: Warzone, Madden NFL 22, and Apex Legends. Those that reach the top of the Soldier Showdown leaderboard will be eligible for numerous prizes including gift cards and Complexity Gaming merchandise.
“Our partnership with the U.S. Army continues to be one of the most rewarding,” said Justin Kenna, the CEO of GameSquare Esports (Complexity’s parent company). “This year, we’re doubling down on our 3-year relationship and hosting the most ambitious edition of the Soldier Showdown yet to provide our servicemen and women a chance to strengthen their bonds with one another and enjoy friendly competition.”
Complexity Gaming is a world-famous esports organization that is headquartered in Frisco, Texas. The company was founded in 2003.
(All information was provided by Complexity Gaming, Esports Insider, and Wikipedia)
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